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BER

Abbreviation for basic electrical rhythm.

BER

basal energy requirement.
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The types enable us to map the BER data to 'types' that are consistent with Census data.
Due to this, the proposed protocol has high degree of broadcasting at source, and high diversity order as well as less BER at destination, as compared to three time slots protocol proposed by Tanoli et al.
There is no capital in the world that has only two runways, but that will be the case if all traffic is handled via BER," Mr Mehdorn said in the interview.
So, the obtained BER confidence intervals evidence that this numerical algorithm and OptSim software allows obtaining sufficiently accurate results.
When the switching thresholds are chosen according to (13), the system will operate with a BER below target [BER.
In structure A, the BER associated with the clay agglomerated into long ribbons (29), which could be several microns in length after flame.
3) The VSS provides automatic data-alignment for BER simulations using signal generators and the I/Q demodulator to automatically align transmitted-to-received data before performing a BER simulation so that component tradeoff studies can easily be performed.
The results showed that a significant improvement in the BER performance is achieved with sacrificing a small value of the total throughput of the system.
In terms of how various product categories fared in the retail survey, the BER indicated that sales of footwear and clothing slowed, but furniture, electronics and other household goods, which it classifies as "durables," increased.
Attenuation from the laminate is a first order term, and is the dominant effect influencing the BER in long high-speed serial links.
The London Economics report argues that not all of thea expected effects of BER have been achieved to date, adding that it is too early to conclude whether the final outcomes will meet the objectives of the Regulation.
36) Published as Case 98-9, the BER based its findings on six sections of the NSPE Code of Ethics in concluding that while